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Minimum Eligibility Criteria for application submission

Admission to the Programme is based entirely on merit. The basic policy of the Admissions Committee of the Suleman Dawood School of Business is to select those men and women whose intellectual capacity, managerial potential and personal characteristics best qualify them to pursue careers in management.

Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:

A minimum of sixteen years of education resulting in a Masters or Bachelors (Honors) degree from an HEC (Higher Education Commission) recognized Institute.
Entrance Test (GMAT or LMAT)
Work experience (preferred but not compulsory)
Two letters of Recommendation
Interview performance

Candidates holding only a bachelors degree of less than four years duration will be required to produce an Higher Education Commission equivalence certificate of completion of 16 years of education.

The LMAT will be valid for two years

There are no age restrictions

The Admissions Office will first review the applications to ensure that candidates meet the above requirements. After the review, the Admissions Committee will shortlist the candidates for interviews. The final decision will be taken after the interview.

Applicants have the option to take either GMAT or LMAT. Both tests carry equal weight age for MBA Admissions. LMAT taken more than two years before the admission deadline will not be considered valid.

The written part of the test is designed to assess the applicant's ability to think logically about a specific issue, reading and comprehension caliber, and capability to formulate ideas and communicate them effectively in English. The numerical portion of the test is designed to assess the quantitative skills of the applicants.

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